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November 17, 1912
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yonr fnend h.
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ly clArgwl to keep in ropflir your
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ence tlian you do your dog.
lou do habitually a thousand
inings tnnt you knon injure your
health, and that you would not per
init your dog to do, and you do not
If you find your pulse is losinir a
beat or two a minute, the' fact dooa
not worry you half as much as does
tho loss of a second or two by your
Once a week, at least, you compare
your watch with n chronometer to
know that it is right. But you never
compnro your pulse with anything.
Why? Because you don't care as
niuoh . about your heart as you do
about your watch. Tho watch cost
you maybe $50; tho heart cost you
nothing. And thus you value them.
MIDNIGHT FUNERAL AT SEA
Passenger on Atlantic Liner Has
Unusual Experience During a
A weird sea experience was thof
of Herbert N. Wilson of Chicago,
n passenger on the Finland of the
Red Star line. The Finland left
Antwerp November 30, encountered
a storm just outside the English
channel, and then ran into storm
after storm all the way across.
At midnight, December 3, in a
howling gale with mountainous seas,
the Finland's engines stopped. Wil
son, who had been unable to sleep,
put on a heavy coat and went on
deck. He saw a group of Beamen
going aft, carrying something, and
The object was borne to the stern
and placed on deck. Several officers
of the ship were waiting, among
them the purser, Isidor Dubois. Wil
son soon found that he was witness
ing a midnight funtral in midocean.
Little time was wasted in cere
many. The purser read a prayer,
the seamen picked up the long, black
object from the deck and slid it
over the rail. In a few minutes the
vessel was throbbing again from the
pulsation of the engines, and away
astern the body of Frank De Vos,
ship's cook, who had died a few
hours before, was sinking into the
depths. New York Evening World.
THEN HE SUBSIDED.
firadam, I refuse ever again ti
stand on a windy street corner for
an indefinite period of time while
you and another woman unwind
yards and yards of conversation."
"Don't get huffy, Henry. I wasn't
so busy talking that I couldn't watch
you out of the corner of one bye and
I saw you try to flirt with at least
seven over-dressed fomalea while I
was describing my new hat to Mrs.
"I see where the tenants of that
fashionable apartment aro threat
caned with eviction because they
won't pay rent because'the boiler is
out of commission."
"Yes, gtrange to aay, thoy am in
hot water becriuio they can't got it."
"Often it ie money which is the
real skoloton m family closets.?
"Well, nobody objects to hep
that skeleton rattle."
Bill They'ro going to arrest ev
erybody who does any robating.
Jake Than how on earth is any
body going to fish?
"The hall was so quiot when the
spoakor appeared you could hear a
"Woll, who droppodUt?"
"They had sorao quick wordV
"I think it was over her hasty
I EXCELLENT ENTERTAINMENT.
Jolly Comedian in
era House Tomorrow Night,
With a ' vy'qf turcetiliotiuliy
splpndill ndTObpafy, IjiOv
. u (lvvi ui mi l in ii iurayiri" wi-unr.
"Ti.p OKW,, M-n and
JNHUL r - - . - i t-r 4 y -.
1 he success of this clever play the past season from coast to coast ws
ittle short of phenomenal. This season it will be seen to mnrh hnttor nt.
vantage, the company being improved
ter ana a very clever little singing and dancing soubrette, Miss Mae Col
lins, who was a feature the past season in The Pink inri fi nr t i?ny1oa
B?rgere, in New York. The chorus
which means much,arid Billy will have the heat
aongs ne nas ever naa m his long career. '
xiib uiri, me man ana xne Uame" is u success with n nnnitn!
Billy Cliff rd's brand of comedy and
PART PLAYED BY HODGES FAMILY IN KANSAS
Though educated In Indiana, tho
vlfo of tho Kansas governor-elect ls
a native Kansas.
Also Mrs. Ora
has tho true spir
it of. Kansas De
has r liked Mrs.
Hodges tho bet
tor because In
making out her
reception lists sho
has not dlscrlm
the wives of her
husband's o m -nloyes
wives of tho town's richest business
and professional men.
Tho Hodges home is one of tho
finest In Olathe. An extensive lawn
surrpundB'lt, a lawn which It is plan
ned to extend over the greater part
of a block, and to convert into a play
ground for the children of tho neigh
borhood. Mrs. Hodges wan a college sorority
girl and is now a member of the Kan
sas City Alumni chapter of the Kansas
Gamma. Sho graduated from Butler
university in Indianapolis and prior
to that, in 1S90. from tho Rushvillo
(Ind.) high school as class valedic
Eight years of childhood on her
father's big farm in Johnson county,
Kansas, had been ended by tho moth
er's death. Tho little girl was sent
to relatives in Rushvllle. From the
univorsity sho returned to Johnson
county to keep house for her father.
In 1899 sho was married to Senator
Hodges and a year later they wont to
Mrs. Hodges' tastes would probably
President Taft Is considering an
offer of tho Kent professorship at the
Yale law school.
The place, which
has been vacant
for several years,
and was last filled
Phelps, at ono
minister to Groat
Britain, has beon
tendered to Mr.
Taft, and ho has
talked over the
offer with his cab
inet, but arrived
at no decision.
Should ho accopt it his relation
to Yalo university would bo much
tho samo as was former Pres
ident Cleveland's relation to Prince
ton. Mr. Taft Is considering this of
for on ono Bide and his original plans
to practice law on tho other. Somo
of his friends horo incline to tho be
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a Jolly Show at Op
oretty flinurlncr and rUtWhi utfa
"Sintte" Clifford suppnrMI hv th
win iw noun in inn rnorr att r.r
Tho Game?" at Hollands Opera Houss
by the addition of Miss Mario Wel
will be tin tn tho ntitTA-H af nnrnrrl
dancing is delightfully pleasing.
bo termed "domestic," and public mat
ters are subordinated to hor Interest
in her homo and her friends.
And "woman's suffrage;" for Kan
sas Is not a suffrage state?
"Oh, it's nil right, I guess. I was for
It, but did not agitating. My husband
was stronger in its support than I was.
Now that women can vote, I will, of
course, exercise my right; and I bo
llevo that on all moral questions tho
very fact that women have tho right
to vote will have a healthful Influence
In political matters."
In educational matters Mrs. Hodges
is an ardent advocate of manual train
ing and domestic science.
Among my modest attainments
sho remarked recently, "I think I am ,
proudest of the fact that when I came
homo to my father with a college dl
ploma I was able to keop house and
cook for him and that I did so for tho
next five years. Slnco I have been
married It has been a great happiness
to live, quietly and unostentatiously,
caring for my household and my chll-'
dren. Every girl ought to leavo our
schools equipped to do just that
When wo go to Topeka I expect to
live Just as wo havo in Olathe, with
an open door to all our friends, rich
Mrs. Hodges is a director of tho
Olatho public library and is Interested
In literary organization, alio is a
member of tho Christian church.
Tho governor-elect has two chil
dren, Georgia Hodges, seven years old,
now in tho second grado of the Olatho
qchbols, and Murray Hartshorn
Hodges, a two and one-half years old,
a lively youngster whom no one calls
Murray, but who usually has to re
spond to "Bill," "Jimmy" or "Mur
phy." OFFERED TO PRESIDENT
lief that he will accopt tho Yalo place,
though thoy do not beliavo ho will
make up his mind before next month.
Tho Kent endowment pays $5,000 a'i
Tho president returned tho other
day after final inspection of tho Pan
ama canal. His voyago from Panama,
on. board the battleship Arkansas, sot
a speed record, tho object being to
ascertain tho shortest time In which
a trip can bo made from Colon to
Tho battleship Dolawaro, which
kept in sight of the Arkansas all the
way from Colon, camo Into port al
most simultaneously with the Arkan
sas, Tho vessels arrived at Key
West at 9:15 in tho morning, and for-ty-flvo
minutes later tho president's
party wero In board a special train
and out for a fust run to Washington.
Tho president was in flno health and
expressed himself as well pleased
with tho trip, and work accomplished
at the canal.
Trip Rates To
WEIRD TALE FROM AUSTRALIA
whnian Hcke4 Off Arm That Wat
Cauffct In Tree mhI Bled
A weird story of a tragedy of tlio
Australian bu?h is reported .front
v n'bufthfttin iiamuA Davoncy lofH'or-
...ill- t . 1, 1.
'in Queensland. ,The other day. his
f body was discovered in a lonely spof
,111 uie uusii wiin ono nrm rougniy
severed at the elbow. Traces of
blood led to large withered trco.
The mssing arm was projecting
, . f t 1 A a f
irom uie noiiow ot the broken nougn,
irt which was a nest of young par
rots. There were horso tracks un
dcr tho bough, and close to the body
was1 found the man's nenknife. cov
cred with congealed blood. The man
had evidently ridden under the hoi
low. bough to get the young parrots,
Tho bough was out of reach, and so
he Btood on his saddle to reach it,
Then he pushed his, arm into the hoi
low to feel for tho birds. The horse
moved away and left him hanging in
midair, with his armed jammed in
thq hole of the bough. In that po
sition ho probably remained for a
long time. Tho trunk of tho tree
was scratched as though by his
spurs as ho sought to raise himscl
to the bough in which his forearm
was imprisoned. The agony for
his lips were bitten through seems
to have driven him to madness,
With his pockety knife probably
with his teeth, he Began to saw at
the elbow joint of the imprisoned
arm. The crude process of ampu
tation was completed and he dropped
to tho ground. He staggered a few
yards, then iell down and died from
loss of blood.
"What is an old maid?"
The comprador is an important
factor in the treaty ports of China.
Many large foreign firms aro en
gaged in the import and export
trade at these ports, and each cm
ploys a comprador, a wealthy Chi
nese, whose business it is to keep
himself acquainted with the Chinese
merchants in the various lines of
trade in which his house is interest
ed, in Tientsin, Peking and the
othor cities of north China. Hq re
ccives a commission on all that ho
buys or sells for tho firm. In return,
if credit bo given . to any Chinese
shop or firm, the comprador guaran
tees tho obligation, and if the shop
keeper does not pay at the nppointed
time he must pay out of his own
CALIFORNIA'S FIRST RICE CROP.
The harvesting of the first rico
crop in this section of tho country
is now in progress. The industry
centers chiefly about RicliYaie, in tho
vicinity of which place about 12,000
acres of land havo been planted to
rice. Figures from the first three
or ,four days of harvesting show
that the crop will average about 5,000
pounds to tho acre. Los Angeles
"Father," said tho fair, timid
young girl, "my William is coming
to see you this evening, and I beg
you will allow mo in his case to ro
verso my usual request to you."
'mat is that?" asked tho father,
' 'Wlion he comes," sho sighed, oa
a pearly drop rolled down her cheek,
"pleasa don't foot this Bill."
80 HE WOULD.
Bill I see you are quito lame?
Jill Yes, tried horseback riding
"Did you stick on?",
r- "No; the horso threw;. me."
"lie probably know v'ou'd bettor
.be of!." '
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